Activity Objectives:

Rehab and Return to Activity: Knee, Ankle and Foot Course is organized by HomeCEU. This Conference has been approved for a maximum of 5 Contact Hours.

Target Audience:
Physical Therapists, Physical Therapist Assistants and Athletic Trainers. 

Knee, ankle and foot injuries present serious hurdles in recovery and return to play for athletes of all levels. This enhanced text course offers a comprehensive insight into efficient and effective non-operative rehabilitation of common knee, ankle and foot injuries. It is presented by Betsy Myers and James Menz, knowledgeable presenters, each covering specific areas of expertise.

Up to date information is presented regarding post-operative rehabilitation following fracture stabilization, ligament reconstruction, tendon repair, and joint procedures of the ankle/foot. Participants will explore conditions that contribute to knee injury, and progress to an in-depth review of the anatomy of this largest joint in the human body. Common injuries and pathologies will be explored, as will some of the medical interventions shown to be the most effective at preventing knee damage and facilitating return to activity following injury. 

This course will help practitioners choose appropriate therapeutic interventions based on patient presentation and patient goals. Video clips throughout the presentation hone participant implementation of key skills and enable immediate integration into clinical practice.

Course Goals:
This course is intended to instruct the professional through a self-paced study on efficient and effective rehabilitation of acute, chronic, overuse, and surgical problems of the knee, ankle and foot.

Professional Objectives:
At the conclusion of this course, the participant will be able to:
• Recognize 4 theories as to why women are more likely to incur knee injuries than men.
• Identify 4 major structures that hold the knee together.
• Define ACL and recognize it as the principle stabilizer of the knee joint.
• Define autograft.
• Recognize the difference between open and closed chain exercises and identify the proper landing for athletes.
• Identify 7 common ankle and foot injuries, anatomy, treatment progressions, and surgical procedures used.
• Define R-squared.
• Define Talar tilt test.
• Define FAI.
• Define Thompson test.

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Activity Fee : USD $72.00

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